The African Jacana often forages for small insects and aquatic invertebrates on floating vegetation found in lakes and ponds across Rwanda. They spread their long toes wide to help them balance on the vegetation. They move from one piece to the next with short flights. To slow their flight as they land they drag their long toes in the water. On the eastern outskirts of Kigali is the Masaka Wetland, I managed to capture this behaviour in this photograph.